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Nov 18, 2013 2:55am EST
don't think nato works that way, so one of the reasons why i have a different reaction to the question from the guy from the nor wee januaries is that if he didn't have the nuclear weapons in europe, i think a lot of allies say it's not our issue anymore. it's those guys' issue. >> one more question. >> thank you. good to be here. i have one comment regarding the deterrence or preventative power of nato, and i think the last history of the nato in the soviet union convinced that the enlargement policy was one was strongest deterrent factor in many crisis. .. [inaudible] security initiative. but then they tried to be a little bit more smart under the economy -- so what should be the nato of position toward this type of [inaudible] from the soviet union, thank you. >> ting falls more to kurt. >> first of all, i think you are right. it was a large great deterrent. when dpe clareed we -- declared we were serious about the aspect of it. i think it was a tremendous success and reassurance, especially with country like the states. and also i think the reverse is true. we stumbled over georgia
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